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OldSchool Runescape (OSRS) Crafting Guide LVL 1-99

2019-03-19 16:30:24
Crafting is a skill generally considered to be a buyable, whereby with the right amount of OSRS gold, you can essentially pay to achieve extremely fast XP in comparison to other skills within the game. Are you running low on gold and want to afford the best skilling methods? Not a problem because here at food4rs we provide the best prices for runescape gold on market!
Why Level Crafting?
High Crafting level doesn’t have too many uses, however one notable exception is the special effect of the Crafting cape. The cape provides you with unlimited teleports to the Crafting guild, which is considered the closest bank to a teleport location in the game. This means that for skills such as Runecrafting, which rely heavily on frequent banking, the Crafting cape is actually very useful, as you’ll have unlimited teleports to the closest bank possible. Not bad. Let’s start from the very top.
Level 1 - 7 – Leather Gloves
Things start off very simply with making leather gloves. You’ll need a needle, some thread, and one leather per pair of gloves for this method. Leather gloves grant 13.5 XP per creation, and Level 1 – 7 is going to require 49 gloves made, so you’ll need 49 thread and 49 leather to achieve this. This will take literally minutes and is an initial taste of how easy the Crafting skill is. The cost for this portion of levelling is, as you’d expect, negligible.
Level 7 – 20 OR 46 – Gold Bracelets
Next, you’ll want to create Gold Bracelets until at least Level 20. This can be done by using a gold bar on a furnace whilst having a bracelet mould in your inventory. The best location for this would be either Edgeville or Al-Kharid, as both furnace locations are very close to a bank. Each bracelet made grants 25XP, meaning you’ll need to create 153 for Level 20, or 2,694 for Level 46. Bracelets can actually be created for a small profit, approximately 80gp profit per bracelet at the time of writing. Edgeville Map (OSRS) Al-Kharid Map (OSRS) Whether you choose to stop at Level 20 or Level 46 depends on your priorities – for the fastest XP and generally recommended method, stop at Level 20 and continue with the following method. However, if gold is a big concern, you may want to stick with the bracelets as you’ll be able to earn XP without losing any money.
Alternative Method: Level 10 – 99 - Bow Strings
Crafting Bow Strings from Flax is the classic method that many players will remember from their novice days. Although, if you’re dead set on achieving a high Crafting level and don’t have the funds to do so, it may not be an awful idea to investigate. Crafting one Bow String yields just 15XP per craft, meaning you’ll need to create 868,886 Bow Strings(!) to achieve Level 10 to Level 99. You’ll profit approximately 125gp per Bow String using this method, resulting in a net profit of 108M GP if you’re crazy enough to achieve Level 99. Certainly not recommended. But an option, nonetheless!
Level 20 – 54 – Cutting Gems
Assuming you have some gold to spend which if you don’t you can just buy some at our website, this is the strongly recommended method to get from Level 20 – 54. If gold is a huge concern, read onto the next method for an explanation of Level 46 – 54 using an economy method.   Gems (Old School Runescape)   Cutting gems is a very fast way of gaining XP, I’ve broken down the amount you’ll need to achieve each level milestone. You’ll be cutting the highest level gem possible with this method, with the total cost of achieving Level 54 sitting at approximately just over 1M GP, I would strongly recommend training via this route unless you absolutely cannot afford to. Level 20-27 - Sapphires. 50XP per cut, total required 106. Cost ~40K OSRS Gold. Level 27-34 - Emeralds. 67.5XP per cut, total required 156. Cost ~50K OSRS Gold. Level 34-43 - Rubies. 85XP per cut, total required 355. Cost ~175K OSRS Gold. Level 43-54 - Diamonds. 107.5XP per cut, total required 936. Cost ~900K OSRS Gold.
Alternative Method: Level 46 – 54 – Unpowered Orbs
To continue from the Gold Bracelet method, you’ll want to move on to creating Unpowered Orbs. This requires a glassblowing pipe, and 1 molten glass per orb created. This is a very simple method, granting 52.5 XP per orb crafted. You’ll need to create 1,580 of these to achieve Level 54, which shouldn’t take a huge amount of time at all. You can expect to achieve approximately 60K XP per hour with this method, losing about 120gp per orb created. That means you can expect to pay ~200K to get from Level 46 to Level 54 with this method. From this point on, an ‘economy’ method doesn’t really exist for Crafting. It’s either the expensive, or the more expensive route. Let’s explore the options. Water Battlestaffs (Old Schoold Runescape)
Level 54 – 63 – Water Battlestaffs
This is the recommended route for both XP and cost efficiency. Creating water Battlestaffs requires 1 Battlestaff and 1 Water Orb to be made. Simply use the orb on the Battlestaff and hit create all, which allows you to create 14 Water Battlestaffs per inventory. XP jumps up nicely here, as one Battlestaff creation will yield 100 Crafting XP, however at a pretty hefty loss of 700gp per staff made. For Level 54 – 63, you’ll need to create 2,179 Water Battlestaffs, resulting in a net loss of approximately ~1.5M GP. Whilst expensive, it doesn’t really get any better from here, and you should expect to continue to pay between 4-6gp per XP gained up until Level 99. The upside is that with higher level Battlestaffs, you can achieve close to (perhaps exceed) 300K XP per hour!
Level 63 – 66 – Green Dragonhide Bodies  
Green Drangonhide Bodies (OSRS) You’ll need to go and find your trusty needle again, as for these levels we’ll be creating leather armour again – but this time it’s Green Dragonhide Leather. Each Green Dragonhide Body requires 3 Green Dragon Leather (the tanned variant) and 1 thread. Each body crafted will yield 186XP, with a net loss of approximately 900gp. You can expect to have to create 2,399 Green dragonhide bodies to get to Level 71, at an approximate cost of just over 2M GP. For Level 66, you’ll only need to craft 687 of the bodies, at a cost of approximately 600K GP. Whilst this method will grant pretty respectable XP per hour rates (250K or higher per hour is achievable), it does involve far more banking than the alternative methods (notably Battlestaffs) as you’ll only be able to create 8 bodies per inventory compared to 14 per inventory via the Battlestaff method.
Level 66 – 84 OR 99 – Air Battlestaffs 
Once you reach Level 66, you’ll unlock one of (if not the) most efficient method of achieving Level 99 Crafting. Air Battlestaffs are excellent XP, with 300K XP per hour being very achievable. Particularly fast players may be able to exceed this, coming close to 350K XP per hour, dependant on banking speed. As with Water Battlestaffs, an Air Battlestaff requires 1 Battlestaff and 1 Air Orb to create. Each staff created will yield 137.5XP, and the best part is that at current prices, it costs just over 4GP per XP gained to train using this method. Whilst that might sound high, for a buyable skill yielding 300K XP per hour, it’s actually pretty affordable, and could even be called cheap when compared to other skills such as Construction which can cost up to 15GP per XP. Achieving Level 99 via this method will require 91,187 Air Battlestaffs to be created, at a cost of just over 50M GP. Not a hefty price to pay for a very quick 99, all things considered. Currently, even historically cheaper methods such as creating higher level Dragonhide bodies are more expensive (around the 8GP per XP range), and these methods require more attention due to only being able to craft 8 per inventory instead of 14. However, with Black Dragonhide Bodies you may be able to achieve a higher XP rate, so it is worth considering if you’re heading for Level 99. The pricing for this method is very stable, as the cost of a Battlestaff is reasonably fixed, due to the fact that they are stocked in various shops throughout RuneScape, at a cost of 7K per staff. Additionally, the Air Battlestaff has a high alchemy value of 9,300 GP, meaning that the ‘finished product’ will always have a high value associated, as one cast of high alchemy requires just 1 nature rune of a negligible cost. Therefore, the only variable remaining is the cost of an Air Orb, which has hovered between 1K and 1.5K each throughout the entirety of OldSchool Runescape history. That means that this method is dependable and will most likely always be a very cost effective of training Crafting!
Level 84 – 99 – Black Dragonhide Bodies
This method is identical to the Green Dragonhide Body method discussed earlier, except you’ll be using Black Dragon Leather instead. Each Black Dragonhide Body will yield 258 XP, meaning that it’ll require 39,082 bodies to be crafted in order to reach Level 99. Doing so from Level 84 will also cost a hefty 86M GP at current prices, the same levels via Air Battlestaffs would cost just 42M by comparison, almost half the cost. This may be worthwhile for those who’s main concern is the XP rate, but even so it’s a tough sell. Consider that the Air Battlestaff method is more relaxing (14 per inventory vs 8 per inventory with Dragonhide Bodies), with the added cost and only marginal hourly XP increase, it’s hard to recommend.
Alternative Method: Level 55 – 99 – Dragonstones
All that money burning a hole in your pocket? Cutting Dragonstones is debatably the fastest method of training Crafting, but it’ll cost you a pretty penny. Going from Level 55 to Level 99 using this method will require 93,584 Dragonstones to be cut, at a total cost of ~150M gold at current prices. This works out to a cost of nearly 12gp/xp, almost exactly triple the cost of getting Level 99 via Air Battlestaffs. For the cost, however, you’ll experience XP rates up to and exceeding 400K XP per hour, with the added luxury of being able to cut 27 Dragonstones per inventory, making this method extremely relaxed whilst also being the fastest in the game. Whilst I don’t personally recommend this method to the average player, it’s worth being aware of its existence, as it’s technically the fastest method and wouldn’t be considered too crazy if you’re the type of player with a cash stack exceeding 3 figures (in millions). In summary, Crafting is a pretty chilled out skill with very little depth, the general basis of it is money in equals to XP out. However, it’s an easy way to earn some extra XP, total levels and unlock the fabled Crafting cape for that sweet, sweet Crafting Guild teleport. You’ll most likely be sticking with one method for a very long time if you’re headed for Level 99, so get used to spending a lot of time standing next to a bank booth, and enjoy the higher than average XP gains whilst they last.
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OldSchool Runescape LVL 1-99 Fishing Guide

2019-03-19 16:24:39
There aren’t many advantages of having a high Fishing level within Oldschool RuneScape, the main benefits are that it unlocks various Quest and Achievement Diary tasks that you’d otherwise be unable to complete. One ‘perk’ of the Fishing skill could be due to the fact that it is reasonably ‘AFK’, in that it is quite chilled out and click intensity levels are quite low. Additionally, the hourly XP rates aren’t bad, therefore Fishing could be seen as an easy way to achieve some easy additional total levels, total XP and hiscore ranks. 
Quest Requirements
There are a few quests with Fishing level requirements which may act as incentives to partially level up the skill. The level requirements for these quests are as follows: Level 5 - Tai Bwo Wannai Trio Level 10 - Fishing Contest Level 50 - Rum Deal Level 53 - Heroes' Quest Level 62 - Swan Song
Diary Requirements
Alongside the quest requirements, there are also various Achievement Diary requirements for Fishing. Achievement diaries in OSRS contain many highly desirable rewards, especially the Elite diaries. As such, this may provide a large incentive to train Fishing, particularly towards the high levels. 
To some extent, there is a profitability incentive for achieving high level Fishing. Some Fishing methods do yield profit, most notably Sharks (via Minnows), Infernal Eels and Monkfish. The rates are not exceptional, in that they are much lower than some skilling money-making methods, and far lower than money-making via PvM. However, for players with low wealth or for those that want to gain some passive profit whilst training an AFK skill, these methods could be worth considering.
Some Good-To-Know’s Fishing is a great way of bypassing the early levels of Agility and Strength. This is done by using the Barbarian Fishing method (Level 58 Fishing recommended) which will be discussed later in this guide. However, it’s useful to note that Agility and Strength XP will be earnt at a ratio of approximately 1:10 against Fishing. This means that whilst achieving Level 99 in Fishing (13M XP), you can expect to achieve approximately 1.3M XP in both Strength and Agility! For reference, this would take your Agility to Level 75 if starting from Level 30. Quite exceptional.
Bypass Level 1 - 24
To quickly gain levels 1-24, complete the Sea Slug quest. The only requirement for this quest is 30 Firemaking and can be completed fairly quickly. This is a much faster route for early Fishing training than catching fish.
Starting Out
Level 1 - 20: Shrimp and Anchovies
If you don’t want to, or are unable to, complete the Sea Slug quest, you’ll want to get through Level 1 - 20 by fishing Shrimp and Anchovies. To do this, you’ll need a Small Fishing Net, and then travel to an appropriate fishing location. The easiest location to access is just South of the Draynor Bank, whereby you’ll find plenty of net spots. At Level 15, you’ll start to fish Anchovies as well as Shrimp, from the same fishing spot. You’ll need to catch 447 Shrimps to achieve enough XP for Level 20. At this point, you’ll move on to Fly Fishing. Completing Sea Slug instead, will grant 7,175 XP, taking you straight to Level 24, hence it’s highly recommended.
Level 20 - 58: Trout and Salmon
You can now Fly Fish trout (and Salmon, from Level 30. You’ll need a Fly Fishing Rod, plus 1 Feather per fish caught, therefore it’s recommended to stock up on a few thousand feathers before beginning. The most popular spot for Fly Fishing is in Barbarian Village, just North-East, on the West side of the riverbank. XP Rates for this method vary between 20-45K per hour. Choosing to drop the fish instead of banking them at Edgeville bank will increase XP rates, and is recommended due to the low value of both Trout and Salmon. As a tip, you can enable an option in the Settings menu which will allow you to hold down shift to ‘drop’ an item instead of ‘use’ it. This makes dropping a full inventory much faster, and will save you time and improve XP gains. For Level 58, you’ll need 224,466 XP meaning that you’ll need to catch approximately 3,667 fish (trout/salmon combined),
Level 58 - 99: Barbarian Fishing
You’ll need 30 Strength and 30 Agility before starting this portion of the training. You’ll then be able to complete a small miniquest at Otto’s Grotto, which is slightly south of the Barbarian Outpost (accessed via Games Necklace). Once completed, you’ll be given a Barbarian Rod, which will allow you to train via Barbarian Fishing. As with Fly Fishing, Barbarian Fishing requires 1 Feather per fish caught, so make sure to replenish your supplies before heading here. At levels below 70 you will receive around 35,000 - 40,000 experience per hour, while at levels 70 or above you will receive around 50,000 - 60,000 experience per hour. By level 99 you can reach around 60k xp/hr. You can get even higher rates of fishing xp through 3-tick Barbarian Fishing (up to 110k xp/hr at level 99). This is considered the fastest and most efficient method for training fishing, however some people will find it particularly tedious as there is no profit earned using this method, and furthermore you are required to drop each fish as there is no bank located nearby. If you can tolerate the tedium, it is recommend to stick with this method until Level 99, as the methods that involve banking and profit are particularly inefficient, and the profit itself is pretty bad in the grand scheme of things. However, if you’re the kind of player that prefers to have OSRS open whilst chilling, perhaps watching a movie, these alternative methods might be for you.
Level 62 - 99: Monkfish
One of the aforementioned slower methods with banking and a small amount of profit is catching Monkfish. You’ll need to complete the Swan Song quest before you can catch Monkfish, which you’ll be doing in Piscatoris. The XP per hour for this method ranges from approximately 30K at Level 70, and closer to 40K per hour at higher levels. This method would be recommended if you do not want to do Barbarian Fishing, as Monkfish provide higher XP per hour than Sharks even after Level 99. Catching Sharks via the traditional method is not recommended for players of any kind. Catching Monkfish to Level 99 would required 105,839 fish to be caught, ‘netting’ a profit of just over 40M. Not bad, but also not great considering the time required to achieve 99. However, if you are reluctant to use the Barbarian Fishing drop method, this could be a good afk/relaxed alternative.
Level 82 - 99: Minnow
At Level 82 Fishing, you can catch Minnows, which are located at Kylie Minnow’s Fishing Platform within the Fishing Guild. You will need the full Angler Outfit, obtained from the Fishing Trawler minigame to catch Minnows.
This method is relaxed in that there is no banking or dropping involved at all, as Minnows can be stacked to an unlimited amount within your inventory. However, the Minnow fishing spots are unique in that they move one square every 15 seconds, meaning that the player will need to be reasonably attentive in order to achieve the advertised XP rates. Additionally, Minnow spots have a chance of a flying fish appearing, which will eat Minnows from the players inventory whilst they are fishing that particular spot. Therefore, players will also need to be attentive of flying fish spawns, to ensure that they are not losing any Minnows (instead of gaining them). Some players may find these mechanics to be annoying, which is a deterrent against fishing Minnows. However, they are one of the most effective ways of profiting from the Fishing skill, so the choices available to you here aren’t huge.
Level 80 - 99: Infernal Eels
At Level 80 Fishing, and with an Oily Fishing Rod and bait, you can catch Infernal Eels. Ice Gloves are also required to be equipped, and a hammer needs to be in your inventory. With a hammer, these eels can be cracked open to extract ten to twenty Tokkul, one onyx bolt tip, or one to five lava scale shards. This method is very chilled out and can be considered very low intensity. It is highly recommended to fish infernal eels in the south-easternmost area of the city, as the other two areas may have their fishing spots disappear more often. Fishing infernal eels gives the player around 35,000 Fishing experience per hour. When compared to monkfish, the advantage of infernal eels is that no banking is required, it requires less attention and can provide greater profit than Monkfish. This is probably the recommended method for players who wish to train Fishing as an ‘AFK’ skill rather than an intensive one.
Level 65 - 99: Karambwans
At level 65 Fishing and after completion of Tai Bwo Wannai Trio, you can start catching karambwans. For karambwan fishing you will need a karambwan vessel and raw karambwanji for bait. Raw karambwanji can be caught north-east of the fairy ring CKR. The best spot to catch karambwans is just north of the fairy ring dkp. Therefore having a quick access to a fairy ring (such as the quest point cape, Slayer rings or a fairy ring in your house) is strongly recommended for this method. Players can bank the fish at Castle Wars using a ring of dueling, Edgeville using an amulet of glory or Shilo Village Underground Mine using Karamja gloves 3 or 4. The downside to this method is that you’ll need to spend time either catching or purchasing Raw Karambwanji (bait) from the shop on Karamja. This will reduce the time spent actually catching Karambwan, and makes it attribute XP and GP rates to this method. It is however generally agreed that Karambwans are better to catch than their competitor, Monkfish.
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OSRS Farming Guide / 1-99 Farming Most / Efficient Methods

2019-03-19 16:19:24
If you are either a newbie or a skilled player, you are definitely going to be overwhelmed when looking for guides on how to farm and most importantly, how to get from level 1 to 99 Farming. There are plenty of different methods, combinations of methods, variations to those methods, variations of the combinations of methods… Yes, there are definitely too many different ways to go here. With so many different methods and whatnot, this farming guide will attempt to curate the most important information, and provide you with the best methods to get from level 1 to 99. But in the end, it will always remain up to you to decide what to do and what suits your style in gaming. You are here to have fun, not to follow the rules. So go ahead and be a rebel. Get 99 farming doing just herb runs, if that's your thing.
The best place to get your farming equipment – Sarah’s Farming Shop in Falador Some of these other, most useful items and spells include: - Urns (they give you additional farming experience while training, so you’ll definitely want these) - compost/supercompost (these are used on a Farming patch before you plant a crop, and they increase your harvest amount. Supercompost is naturally better. You can alternatively use the Fertile Soil spell if you are on the lunar spellbook) - Amulet of Glory (it provides several bonuses, but the most important thing is that it offers useful teleports) - Magic secateurs (you can get them from Fairy Tale 1 quest, I’ll talk more about quests later on. The magic secateurs increase the yield of allotments, herbs, hops and grape vines by 10%, which is more than useful in the long run) - Amulet of bounty (it gives you a 25% chance to save your seeds when planting them in allotment patches) - Farmer’s outfit (it’s important to get the full set in order to receive the biggest boost and besides, the outfit is easy and cheap to obtain. The full set gives you a 2.5% exp boost for every farming action) - A bunch of teleportation items (you should check up on them on wiki as there are several of them and I can’t put all of them here)
At the very start, one of the best things to do (according to most) is planting seeds on allotment patches. The process here is unfortunately repetitive and slow, but that’s farming for you! The best crops to plant are potatoes, cabbages, onions, and tomatoes, all of which award certain amount of exp. However, it’s much better to stick to potatoes up to level 5, then from level 5 to 15, you should only use onions, which award you the most exp during these levels. Furthermore, it’s always a good idea to hire a local farmer to protect your crops. If you don’t, you’ll have to keep coming back to check up on them so they don’t die. There are 5 main allotments (South of Falador, West of Port Phasmatys, Southeast corner of Great Kourend, North of Catherby, and North of Ardougne) and an additional one on Harmony Island for which you can only gain access after finishing the Great Brain Robbery quest. This place has a leprechaun store but there are no farmers to take care of your crops. Speaking of leprechauns, it’s always useful to have one with you as they are very practical for storing Farming tools, so you don’t have to fear filling up your inventory. They usually hang around any of the standard Farming patches. You can also use them to exchange your harvested items for money. Taking care of your crops The most important thing in farming is taking good care of your crops. They can easily die if you don’t and then you’ll just have wasted your time on nothing. Like I previously said, local farmers are basically a must if you want to make sure your crops are always protected. In addition, crops can also get diseases which, if not treated, will also result in the death of your crops. If they get diseased you should use a cure potion (always stock up on these just in case) or a cure plant spell (requires 66 Magic and lunars). Even if your crops end up dead for one way or another, you can always use the resurrect crops spell to bring them back. However, you need 78 Magic and Arcuess spellbook. You should also always have the Geomancy spell in mind. It’s quite a useful one as it allows you to keep track of your plants and check their current status. This way you’ll always know if your crops are done growing and if they are dead. It will also show you whether or not you’re protecting all of your crops with the local farmer. When you cast the spell, a window opens up in which you can see the status of crops. You can leave the window open if you want and it will keep showing the current status, so you don’t have to keep casting the spell all the time. This is an example of the window that pops up when you use the Geomancy spell. Neat and useful as everything is in one pace.
In these beginner levels, you can simply keep on raking weeds like crazy in order to earn exp, but this will take you a lot of time to pass these levels. It’s much better to do quests that give you Farming experience and keep on farming later on bigger levels when the rewards are greater. Besides, quests are more fun than farming. There are several of these quests and it’s actually possible to get to level 38 just by doing them and nothing else. Many of these quests will also give you some interesting and useful items that will help you with the Farming skill. For example, the Fairy Tale 1 quest will reward you Magic secateurs, which I previously mentioned. If you finish this quest, then you can go do the Forgettable Tale of a Drunken Dwarf, then the Garden of Tranquility quest, and My Arm’s Big Adventure in the end. Why? Because ONLY with these 4 quests you will net a total of 18,500 exp which is equivalent to level 33. Yeap, that much. Several other quests will allow you easy transportation to many of the allotment locations and other important places for the Farming skill in general. You should take a look at OSRS wiki for more information on all of these quests. Tithe Farm mini-game (whenever you want, in order to get additional exp quickly) Besides the quests and regular farming, you have an interesting mini-game that can help you a lot in gaining all that necessary exp. The mini-game called the Tithe Farm can be found in the Hosidius House in Great Kourend and it’s a great way to gain a lot of exp in very little time. It’s best to play the game during the time your plants are growing, so you can maximize your efforts of gaining exp and not waste time. But remember, you can’t leave the mini-game before depositing the produce you harvested, or your progress will be lost. The game is also safe, meaning you won’t lose anything if you die there. You will lose items if you drop them though, so avoid doing that. In order to get access to this mini-game, you need to have 100% favor with the Hosidius house. Also, it’s located on the eastern side of this house. A tip: bring lots of watering cans for this game as you’ll need a lot if you plan to play the game for a long time. Naturally, you need to have a spade and a seed dibber as well, as this is, in essence, just like any other type of farming. All the plants in the Tithe farm mini-game take significantly less time to grow fully than regular crops do, so you have to be quick and efficient in order to get as many exp points as possible Never forget to get the maximum of 100 fruits per each individual instance of playing, because if you leave after depositing less, you won’t get any points for playing, and very little experience as well. And you’re playing it for the exp, right?
For the advanced levels, you will need to start doing tree and herb runs in order to get more exp. This part (just like regular farming at allotments) is an integral part of gaining Farming levels, and it’s equally simple and easy. However, it’s slow. The tree runs are the slowest but they give you the most exp. Most trees take 8 hours to grow fully, so you will be able to do other things (quests, or even better the mini-game I just talked about) in order to use this time efficiently. Of course, you can also just stop playing the game during that time, the trees will still blossom. The herb runs take much less time so you should definitely do those as well, at least during the time the trees are growing as all trees take a lot of time to fully grow. Naturally, there’s nothing complicated here, you only need to use farming tools and all that stuff we already covered, plant the seeds, wait for them to grow, harvest them, and then replant. Simple as that and it awards a bunch of Farming experience. But before you rush with assumptions, you can’t do just the runs because it will take you forever to get to 99. You have to combine everything we covered in order to get to the highest level in as little time as possible. However, you certainly have to do a lot of these runs, so you’ll need some specific crops for that. After careful examination, I found the best ones to use for specific levels during which these specific crops yield you the most exp possible. All of these crops are actually trees, so you’ll have a lot of free time while you wait for them to grow. During that time if you decide to do everything I already told you (the quests, mini-game, herb runs), you’ll get to 99 in no time. Here are the trees you should use from level 15-99:
Level 15-30: Oak Trees
You should stick to just Oak Trees as they give the most exp during these levels.
Level 30-45: Willow Trees & Various Fruit Trees
You need to start doing fruit tree runs now. From 30-33: Apple trees then, From 33-39: Banana Trees, From 39-42: Orange Trees, From 42-45 with Curry Trees.
Level 45-60: Maple Trees & Various Fruit Trees
From 45-50: Curry Trees, From 51-57: Pineapple Trees, From 57-60: Papaya Trees.
Levels 60-75: Yew Trees & Various Fruit Trees
From 60-80: Papaya Trees, From 68-75: Palm Trees.
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